Eastern Alpine Region News
The U.S. Ski & Snowboard Eastern Region is one of three U.S. Ski & Snowboard regions established under the authority of the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Alpine Sport Committee (ASC) and is responsible for the regulation of the sport of Alpine Ski Competition within the geographical area of the Eastern United States.
The Eastern Region consists of the eight eastern divisions:
- Maine Alpine Racing Association - MARA
- New Hampshire Alpine Racing Association - NHARA
- New Jersey Alpine Racing Association - NJSRA
- New York State Racing Association - NYSSRA
- Pennsylvania Alpine Racing Association - PARA( DE, D.C. MD, PA)
- Southern Alpine Racing Association - SARA
- Tri-State Racing Association (MA, CT, RI)
- Vermont Alpine Racing Association - VARA.
The Eastern Amateur Ski Educational Foundation (EASEF) is a fund that has been established to benefit the development of competitive skiing. It is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that supports alpine, cross country, jumping, freestyle, and snowboard development programs in the Eastern Region.
A special alpine account has been set up to benefit our eastern Athletes. Specifically, funds raised to for alpine are spent to directly reduce the costs to the athletes, by supporting competitor travel to national and international events, and to training camps and similar opportunities. EASEF relies entirely on contribution for the support it provides our athletes and programs.
If you want to help Eastern alpine competitors, we guarantee that any contribution earmarked "Alpine" will do just that. Eastern skiers need your help more than ever. EASEF can make a difference for those who have the ability to ski, not necessarily the ability to pay. From U16s to Junior Championship and NorAm racers, our skiers need financial support. If you would like to learn more please visit the EASEF website.